Restaurants

Top Choice Moroccan in Ville Nouvelle

Amal Center

Do good while eating delicious food – double bonus. The Amal Center supports and trains disadvantaged Moroccan women in restaurant skills and you get to feast on their flavours. So many Marrakesh restaurants are a p…
Top Choice Moroccan in Ville Nouvelle

Al Fassia

In business since 1987, this stalwart of Marrakesh's dining scene is still one of the best. Meals begin with a bang with complimentary 12-dish mezze (salads) while Moroccan mains of chicken tajine with caramelised p…
Top Choice Moroccan in Riads Zitoun & Kasbah

Dar Anika

The small terrace, framed by palms and trailing bougainvillea, is all about romantic candlelit dining. The main courses offer a tastebud tour of Moroccan dishes often missing from medina menus. For a sweet-savoury k…
Top Choice Italian in Riads Zitoun & Kasbah

PepeNero

Housed in part of Riyad al Moussika, Thami el Glaoui's one-time pleasure palace, this Italian-Moroccan restaurant is one of the finest in the medina with their fresh house-made pasta being the main show stealer. Req…
Moroccan in Djemaa El-Fna & Around

Djemaa El-Fna Food Stalls

Grilled meat and tajines as far as the eye can see! Plus Moroccan specialities of snail soup, sheep's brain and skewered hearts for the more adventurous gourmet. Eating amid the mayhem of the Djemaa food stalls at l…
Cafe in Mouassine & Bab Doukkala

Henna Cafe

Tea, coffee, salad, henna tattoo, Darija class…they're all on the menu at this funky cafe, where a local nquasha (henna artist) draws intricate designs on hands and feet and you can munch on felafel platters and khl…
Cafe in Riads Zitoun & Kasbah

Cafe Clock

Little sister to the Fez original, Cafe Clock is housed in an old school with sunset views over the Kasbah. The signature camel burger, inventive sandwiches and salads are reason enough to drop in, but the cross-cul…
Moroccan in Djemaa El-Fna & Around

Café Kessabine

Snuggled right in the far corner of Djemaa el-Fna, the Kessabine may not have the panoramic views across the plaza that other restaurants can claim, but it makes up for that with a chilled-out, slightly bohemian vib…
Lebanese in Ville Nouvelle

La Cuisine de Mona

Blink and you miss it. This tiny, colourful place is easily missed. Inside, it's all about Lebanese mezze (starter-style plates) with masses of choice for vegetarians. Feast on hummus, fattoush salad, baba ghanoush …
Moroccan in Djemaa El-Fna & Around

Mechoui Alley

Just before noon, the vendors at this row of stalls start carving up steaming sides of mechoui (slow-roasted lamb). Point to the best-looking cut of meat, and ask for a nuss (half) or rubb (quarter) kilo. The cook w…